BenQ Zowie RL2755 is a 27-inch monitor

BenQ Zowie RL2755 is a 27-inch monitor

The Taiwanese maker of computer peripherals BenQ has announced the Zowie RL2755 monitor. The new company product targets gamers and comes with one peculiar feature – BenQ says the Zowie RL2755 has been optimized for gaming consoles but it can also be used with regular desktop computers.

The Zowie RL2755 sports a 27-inch TN display that works at 1920 x 1080 pixels, features a 16:9 aspect ratio and offers a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The monitor comes with a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, 300 cd/m² of brightness, 1 ms of response time (gray-to-gray), 170-degree horizontal viewing angles and 160-degree vertical viewing angles. The Zowie RL2755 features several operating modes with each one of them optimized for certain scenarios and programs. In addition the new BenQ monitor has technologies that eliminate the harmful blue light and the possible screen flickering. At the back the Zowie RL2755 has two HDMI 1.4 ports, one D-Sub port and one DVI connector. Also, up front it has two built-in 2W speakers.

The new Zowie RL2755 monitor by BenQ will be available in early September. The device will have a price tag of USD 379.

Source: BenQ

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